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"LOST" Finds Fett

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"How do you spell bounty hunters?" - Hurley

Popular television show "LOST" has finally gotten around to mentioning cultural icon Boba Fett. In this weeks episode "Some like it Hoth." Hurley and Miles discuss "The Empire Strikes Back"...

"...Luke found out Vader was his father but instead of talking about it, he overreacted and got his hand cut off. I mean-they worked it out eventually but at what cost? Another Death Star was destroyed, Boba Fett got eaten by the Sarlacc and we got the Ewoks. And it all could have been avoided if they would have communicated - cause lets face it the Ewoks suck, dude." - Hurley to Miles

See our Fettipedia page for more details.

The writers on "LOST" must be fans of The Fett. Further evidence that its the smartest show on TV.


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